By Sports Reporter/Doha
Alfardan Premier Motors Co., the exclusive retailer of Jaguar Land Rover in Qatar, celebrated its continued partnership with Qatar Total Open – the prestigious international tennis tournament that was staged from February 12-18 at the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex.
As the official transport provider for tennis players and officials at Qatar Total Open for the eighth consecutive year, Alfardan Premier Motors had a fleet of 45 Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles. These chauffeur-driven vehicles ferried the tennis stars as well as staff to and from the Khalifa International Tennis and Squash Complex in luxurious style and comfort.
The tournament witnessed an exciting star-studded line up of the world’s top women tennis players. The tournament culminated with the finals on Sunday when Petra Kvitova from Czech Republic bagged the championship trophy for 2018.
“This year’s tournament witnessed intense competition among the top international tennis champions from around the globe. We are privileged to have partnered with Qatar Total Open for the eighth consecutive year, resulting in yet another successful tournament. Our joining hands with Qatar Total Open has enabled us to leave our glamorous footprint by providing an exquisite experience for all participating players and teams throughout the tournament,” Alfardan Premier Motors general manager Samer Bou Dargham said.
“Our participation reflects the glamorous, dazzling and classy image of Qatar Total Open which has a world-wide reputation, especially that the prestigious tennis tournament is closely associated with the most famous brands in the world of cars. At Alfardan Premier Motors, we strive to play an important and vital role in supporting talents and sporting events held in Doha to support Qatar in becoming a world-class destination for major, international sporting events,” he added.
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